As we move into the new decade, it's time to rethink the way we talk about ageing. We should be embracing the beauty of ageing with a positive attitude and outlook. All too often, we focus on "anti-aging" and try to fight the inevitable process of growing older. This sends a message that aging is something to be ashamed of and that beauty is only found in youth.
It's time to start celebrating the beauty of ageing. We should be proud of the wisdom, experience, and perspective we gain with age. Instead of trying to disguise signs of ageing, we should embrace them and own our age. We should be talking about the beauty of ageing instead of striving for an unattainable standard of youth.
It's also important to recognize that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, regardless of age. Ageing does not mean you have to look a certain way. It's time to stop using qualifiers such as "she looks great for her age" and just say "she looks great." Let's start to appreciate the beauty of people of all ages, and celebrate the diversity of beauty in our world.
Let's make this decade the decade of embracing ageing and celebrating beauty in all its forms. Let's start talking about the beauty of ageing with a positive attitude and outlook, and help to create a society that values and celebrates the beauty of age.